NOAA says Arctic sea ice is disappearing and that we have to take action to stop it.
“The trends are alarming and undeniable. We face a decisive moment. We must take action to confront the climate crisis.”
NOAA has Arctic sea ice satellite data going back to 1972. They hid all the data before 1979 when “sea-ice extent was significantly less.”
Sea ice extent was much lower during the 1950s than the early 1970s.
NOAA cherry picked the coldest year on record in the eastern Arctic (1979) to start their graph.
NASA’s leading experts predicted an ice-free Arctic between 2012 and 2018.
Biden’s climate envoy predicted the Arctic would be ice-free by 2014.
There has been no trend in Arctic Sea ice over the past fifteen years.
via Real Climate Science
January 9, 2022